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DirectX Wizards in VS.NET 2003

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Hi,

I'm not sure if this is the best newsgroup for this post, but I know there
will be many people who do know the answer.

In Visual Studio.NET 2002, when you installed the DirectX 9 SDK it created a
set of VS.NET AppWizards that would generate C#, etc, applications centered
around the DirectX system. But in 2003 no such wizards are created. Is there
an update for these or something that would let me use the DirectX 9 wizards
without installing VS.NET 2002 and then just upgrading the solution?

Thanks in advance,
Michael
Jul 21 '05 #1
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Hi Michael,

Have you installed "DirectX 9.0 SDK Update - (Summer 2003)":
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...52F-51E0-402E-
B7B5-FEB68D00F298&displaylang=en

It can bring the templates back to your VS.NET 2003 :-)

Best regards,

Felix Wu
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Hi,

I'm not sure if this is the best newsgroup for this post, but I know there
will be many people who do know the answer.

In Visual Studio.NET 2002, when you installed the DirectX 9 SDK it created aset of VS.NET AppWizards that would generate C#, etc, applications centered
around the DirectX system. But in 2003 no such wizards are created. Is therean update for these or something that would let me use the DirectX 9 wizardswithout installing VS.NET 2002 and then just upgrading the solution?

Thanks in advance,
Michael


Jul 21 '05 #2

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Excellent, thanks Felix.
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Hi Michael,

Have you installed "DirectX 9.0 SDK Update - (Summer 2003)":http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx? FamilyID=9216652F-51E0-402E-B7B5-FEB68D00F298&displaylang=en

It can bring the templates back to your VS.NET 2003 :-)

Best regards,

Felix Wu
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This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights.
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Hi,

I'm not sure if this is the best newsgroup for this post, but I know therewill be many people who do know the answer.

In Visual Studio.NET 2002, when you installed the DirectX 9 SDK it created
a
set of VS.NET AppWizards that would generate C#, etc,
applications centeredaround the DirectX system. But in 2003 no such wizards are created. Isthere
an update for these or something that would let me use
the DirectX 9wizards
without installing VS.NET 2002 and then just upgrading

the solution?
Thanks in advance,
Michael


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